Securing your family's future is key when you are temporarily or permanently disabled, or upon your death. You need to consider a General Durable Power of Attorney, an Advanced Directive, or a simple or trust Will to protect your family's interests. These documents are tailored to your specific needs and are quite cost-effective.
Without these key estate planning documents, you will suffer the uncertain intestate laws governing the transfer of your assets as the Commonwealth deems appropriate, not necessarily what you want. Please see me to protect your hard-earned estate from arbitrary decisions made by the probate department of your local county clerk's office.